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LANCASTER KY FRIDAY JUNE 16 1905 THE CENTRAL RECORD NUMBER w- r rFtJrsrtTrIs ri Youi Never Miss the iil grv iIsthe title of Ifamiliar You lwei better juard a Ithe by us II Fix Guttering Io r make assurance idoubly sure bY jus system of Works I I J R i H selden AA 44 jw r qi- rVWe are agents for DII Baldvin Co PIANOS ORGANS Come what we have in aril what can do for you nm the I I I We cater to the 1Ha nhPI LSuccessors to Jd lkazley I 1 J BeazleY9 Undertaker WATER clef Rims an old sung S gtinst III issiug water having Your hat inn 4 install a w see stock we wayof prices etc must fastidious 11OIl t A Co- q 0 0 Irtcrial and Cavity Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in stock Undertakers Parlor o n Danville street just above Presbyterian church Phone 111 Boots Shoes Rubbers Cost Best Salesman E C BCCuS WmIIerndon G 11 Swinebro- udKerndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky OBlce over Sturmcs drug store t L DAVIDSON Attorney At Law Office over Police Court room Prcmjit attention to business PARIS k Dentist J- i Office over Tbompoua J store Danville st Farmers Read This We have been informed that it has been circulated over the county that we arc not in the trade for Corn Wheat Rye Oats etc We desire to contradict this report and say to our friends that we arc in the market for ALL KINDS OF GRAIN and pay market value for same also wish to state in this connection that we will be in the market for New Wheat and as heretofore pay the highest market price Please remember also we keep all kind of field seed such as Clover Timothy Orchard Grass Blue Grass seas Millet and Hungarian seed H A B Marksbury Son i S 7I l CINCINNATI 1 l fI LeastWear I 2 oM ftCM c rI t R I t G CHRIS J r1I r We Cow f axisua auvsascre rsm su USE ARKS r i LpI rwxr r nr r ri r t 1 t t fit S r I loco Notes Three Days The stockholders decided to have three days fair instead of two cousc quently the fair will be held on Friday and Saturday July 13 1 and 15 A force of men are at on the grounds and all hands are bus lint to have everything in shape Remember your kid days and go t the circus today Master Louis Ball has accepted exalted position of Devil in this lice Lawson Arnold Brown have ship pod 000 lambs in the last 30 days best bunch being bought of B Bur big crowd of Lancaster people are attending the Confederate Reun ion in Louisville this week It impossible for us to get all the name Messrs Ilaselden and Conn the lo cal plumbers will run a pipe from tin Lake Placid to the fair grounds a dis tance of half a mile So it will ba necessary to take your liquor straight when attending the Fair The day train now waits at Rowland for the train from the mountains This makes it later in the afternoon and is a nuisance to our business men who want their mail By the change the train gets about one passenger week The editor of The Record was able to leave his room once or twice this week but is still unable to resume work We are deeply grateful to those friends who have been so kind and at tentive during our weeks of suffer lug A Card of Thanks We want to sincerely thank from the bottom of our hearts those who were so kind to our dearly beloved son during his illness and those who by their kind sympathy have been so much help in our dark hours of trou ble Mr and Mrs John Kirk High Grade Entertainment Mr Beazleys Twelfth Annual Bluegrass Elocutionary Contest will beheld on June 23rd Splendid talent from different sections of the State will participate A vocal contest will be another attractive feature being held at the same time A 20 gold piece will be given the winner in each contest Miss Katharine Conn has en tered the vocal contest und our people arc backing her as the winner W C T U Exercises The W CT U observed last Saturday as flower mission day and held exercises at their rooms on Street At conclusion of these services they went in a body to the Lancaster Cemetery and placed floral designs on the graves of departed members of the Union They then held services at the county jail A special committee took a pretty Moral design to each of the sick in town The editor of TheRecord takes here to express his sincere thanks for the lovely design placed in his Property Owners Liable If some of those property owners who are raising such a howl about clean premises will look into the law they will find that owners are not only required to clean up in front of their premises but in the alleys as well There is a still fine for depositing dirt wagons any otherobstruc Lion in the alleys and we do not see why people will persist in placing stuff where it Is not only unsightly but endangers the health and life of other people If the town laws are not enforced tear up the law books and rent out the police court room for a tiger Narrow Escape Mr and Mrs Josh Kemper of Marks oury had a narrow escape from being killed last Friday They were driv ing out Lexington street and met a wagon which was being dragged along at a rapid rate They tried to get out of the way but the wagon struck their vehicle demolishing it and throwing the occupants to the ground Mrs escaped with few bruises but Mr Kempers neck was badly wrench ed and he was otherwise bruised They were taken into the residence of Mr Clay Sutton and Dr Amon attended the wounds There is entirely too much reckless driving on the streets and some careless persons should be made to sit astride a rock pile until they learn to exercise more care A Problem The question of keeping hogs with in the city limits is a very knotty prob indeed While they are a yet if they are all removed then arises thequestion of what to do with the slop from the many residences hotels boarding houses etc With the horrig in town plenty of people are anxious to call for and cart away the slop but with the swine out of the game there is no disposition to be made of it Dr Kinnaird tells The Record there is no danger in in hogs in town provided they are allowed to run in a large lot or past ore but the danger arises when they are confined to small pens This be ing the case the peris should be re moved but some hogs should be kept in open lots where they can devour the slop r- I a Thursday work the of the W tunA was not a E II Danville occasion room machines or Kemp r C appropriate lens nuisance keeping tin 4 t o There will be services at church Sunday at usual hours Victor Lear sold a pair of 1 year ol mules to Charles Scott for 400 The day train went into the ditch near Paint Lick Monday anti No 0 due at 820 did not arrive here until the next morning No one hurt The old Confederate soldiers lined up hi front of the court house marched to the depot Tuesday presented a pretty picture in their new uniforms The Junior Endeavorers gave most delighful picnic in Mrs Kauff mans yard Tuesday afternoon are under obligation for a nice remen i braice about lunch time An exchange tells of a man who wanted to leave town The railroad fare was S3 He had but 2 So he went to a pawnbroker and pawned his 2 bill for 81f0 Meeting a friend on street he sold him the pawn ticket forei50 So he had the S3 required for his fare The question is who lust a dollar in the transaction The U D C held their regular meeting with Mrs G T Farris Tune 10th The hosteses Miss Louise and her mother gave us a hearty welcome such as none know how to give but a true Kentuckian and Southern wom an Topic Engagements in Kentucky during the War 1801 1805 Pieces were read and discussed on the battles of Perryville and Richmond Elegant refreshments were served by the hostess We reluctantly left to meet again July 10 The place of meeting will be announced in the Cen tral Record U D C To Our Patrons Those of our patrons wanting en graved cards invitations etc will please remember that at this season of the year with so many weddings commencement exercises etc it takes from two to three weeks to get an back We represent the largest and best house in the United States and give our customers better work and lower prices than be had else where See our line of samples tf CENTRAL RKCOUD New Enterprise Danville Advocate Danville is to have a new hardware store and the proprietors say they be ready for business by the first of July Mr Chas Stanwood the well known tinner will be the senior member of the lira while Mr J It Ilaselden of Lancaster ter will be the other member The Ilughesstoreroom on Main street just east of the residence of John Tracy has been leased and work will begin at once preparing the room fura full line of hardware tinware stoves and everything kept in a first class hardware store The firm will no doubt take on a big share of the pub lic patronage chiefly on occount of their popularity and ability as work men of this kind Kentucky Fair Dates The follownig dates fixed by the dif ferent fair associations throughout the State for their 1905 exhibition have been announced Lancaster July 1 3 3 days Crab Orchard 3 days Madisonville August 2 5 days Danville August 2 3 days Ilarrodsourg August 8 4 days Fern Creek August 15 4 days Shepherdsville August 14 1 days Lawrenceburg August 15 1 days Vanceburg August days Guthrie August 17 3 days Shelbyville August 22 4 days Springfield August 23 1 days Nicholasville August 29 3 days Bardstown August days Florence August 30 1 days Elizabethtown September 53 days Glasgow September G t days Ky State Fair September 18G days Henderson September 26 G days Falmouth September 27 4 days Owensboro October days Shooting at Gunns Chapel A shooting occurred atGunns Chapel last Thursday night in which three men were wounded Cafe and Olde Tudor of Madison county came to a prayer meeting at the chapel and met Jim Murphy with whom they had had previous difficulty In to shoot Murphy Cafe Tudor acci dentally shot his own brother Olde Tudor Murphy ran into the church The door and windows were closed but Tudor gained admission and fol lowed Murphy to front of the church where he shot him down In the mean time some one had gone for Mr For rest Stapp who is the magistrate in that district and the latter knowing the desperate character of tne Tudors brought his shot gun Upon nearing the chuch Mr Stapp tried to reason with Tudor but the latter refused to be pacified and made a threating and move when Mr Stapp very promptly and very properly let him have the contents of one barrelof tho gun The oflicer had all the wounded carried to his home and summoned medical aid Tudor has since been removed to the Garrard county jail Everybody regrets that Mr Stapp was forced to use his gun and all readily see that he did exactly what any oth er man would have done Garrard county has no more popular and hon orable citizen than is Forrest Stapp and while all are sorry he had to do the shooting yet they are glad that be showed that all ofllcers can not be intimidated i Presbyterian 6 t and They a I We I especially last J 164 301 I 105 attempting monthly order can will remark Lost pair of gold rim spectacles last Tuesday afternoon between planing mill and my residence reward for retuyi It A C Robinson I LOST Silver Watch Swiss between Methodist church and my residence Liberal reward to finder tf J M Duncan Unity of Wealth The farmer who sticks to his and pushes working through all kinds of weather is the man whoi we need to help bufld up this country We depend more upon the farmer than they depend upon us but farmers without the live progressive town is not nearly so properous with it Our prosperity Is the pros parity of the and the abun ance of his crops make the wealth prosperity of our city An exchange a dog hitched to lawn mower stopped puling to bark at a stranger who was passing by The boy guiding time mower exclaimed tle dog Mister he i just barking an excuse to rest It is to bark than to pull machine It is easier to be critical than correct easier to bark than work easier to burn a house than build one easier to hinder than help easier to destroy a reputation than to build a character But do it 1 have taken charge of the Danville Stage line and am prepared to passengers comfortably and in time I leave Lancaster at 7 15 a m and arrive in Danville in time catch all trains I give my attention to carrying and delivering packages trunks etc and charges are very reasonable All orders 01 parcels left at the Telephone Ex change or Central Record office will receive prompt attention- ma ID tf Susie Hatcher An Iowa minister is quoted assay An intoxicating drink is the girt of God and may be enjoyed by any man who can do so without injury to his fellow men Now wouldnt that rattle your slats When a fellow gets a certain amount jf the gift he is not in think much of his fellow men but pretty sure to work some injury to himself It docs seem to us that there are more big fool preachers in the pul pit today than ever before the crop seems to be on the increase The min sters statement recalls the answer of man who was told that he could i void intoxication by calling for when he had taken as much whisky as he wanted He replied When 1 get as much whisky as I want 1 cant say sarsaprilla Ex A Kentucky Woman Roger Gore the editor of the Sun has not had the poetry and sentiment driven out of his by the hard practicalities of the printing office Last week he broke forth in this way about the Kentucky womanKentucky women have been the world over as the prettiest features ever fashioned by the hand God Twill ever be thus because love Kentucky and Kentucky worships them Did you ever see the of an angel with her head resting upon a bank of lilies Theres inspiration in a picture of that sort But lawsy when it comes to real that staggers you beauty that makes your heart gallop up and down your back bone and causes you to go away off somewhere write poetry a Kentucky beauty got the world skinned from its toe nails to the north pole and the man who says she aint lacks infor mation Figure it out on a rasa leaf and write with the brew of a lily that no where under the great blue dome is a creature half so pretty as a Kentucky woman Shes prettier an evening star in the a summer sunset mose inspiring a thousand songs and as as fawns tangled in the vines of a wilderness of roses Shes our Hope romance our vine and fig tree light which enables us tosee a mi miles beyond the north star STONE Edd Naylor sold a bunch of shoats 15 Mr Brack Grow and wife visited at Buckeye Sunday- A little boy made his appearance at home of L L Sauders the 9th Mr Robt Witt and bride visited hs mother Mrs John Sagercy last weekMiss Yirgte Carter visited her Miss Jennie Carter of Buckeye last week C W Mitchell returned last week a visit to his son L D Mitchell of Tofent A C Miles bought of Mrs M A San ders her lambs for Sets to be the 15th Mrs James Johnson and family of Bridge were the guests of Mr Mrs Sam Duncan last week Mr Lish Hardwick died at the home his sister Mrs Charley Moberly here Saturday morning Ills death was due to a pistol shot Religion that costs nothing is prob ably worth about that much Much of our earthly happiness is due to our ability to forgetthlngs the Liberal farm his tile as farmer and says a Vont mind easier this to to to dont rood to personal ill condition- to is the the nature recognized of they picture beautybeauty and has there than shadow- of than our tile lion for the grand cous- In from and of 4rops for convey working sarsaparilla Springfield bewitching delivered High near s TAINT LICK Evangelist T T Roberts is now on the field and the meeting has begun g with good attendance but we need your since The following 1 will be discussed beginning with j Friday night June 10th Fall and Restoration of Man Saturday fi- lKJlh Question of the Ages Sun day morning June ISih he will begin a series of illustrated sermons on the g New Testament church Come and S enjoy these services f Mrs Pattie Engleman of your city was here on business Monday g Miss Mary C Engleman has return ed home after a pleasant visit here p Mrs Woods is very ill and not f expected to live but a short time p Mrs Annie Grinstead and daughter Gertrude of College Hill were guests of Mrs I C Rucker this week Miss Alma and Mary Lear left Tues day for Louisville to attend the Con federate Reunion Miss Mary was elected Sponsor for the M D Logan Camp Miss Alma goes as her Maid of Honor Mr B M Lear was elected first delegate by the Camp and accom paused his daughters to Louisville The undersigned hereby give to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to jij the fullest extent of the law Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice 1 A Tompson It G Pettus J L Hutchins Win Coldiron Jas R Henry II C Miller W R Cook J II Rigsby I M Anderson Sweeney Morgan S C Rigsby 111 W S Ferguson W L Lawson une I E L I IPOSTED f IP D IJ I subjects u warning t i Mrs Get In the Habit of visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co Our Gleaning Spring Stock 1 NOW ON All new goods todate but they must not remain unsold Dry Goods Dress Hosiery Etc At Greatly Reduced Prices TIrE Joseph Mercantile Go t IAi I I OOO I I I of I I I I IS I I II I I upII I i i I I Iv i I I I I II GoodsParasols I i- I I I GlovesFans j I i I 8Iv I Great- S Outs eooooooeooo aaeeeeeeeooeeoooo oeooeeoooeoaeeeoe With NEWNESS i Our Suits are the Fresh Spring Products the best Makers The sunshine is woven in to make bright snappy suits for Gen tleman who have grown weary of winter things Our handsome suits are within easy reach of every purse While they sing the stanza of Spring our hobby is to please our customers and shrill do our level best to please you when you come in Readytowear Suits from 750 to 1800 in all the new shades and fabrics Our line ot Furnishing Goods are by far the largest we have ever shown comprising all the latest novelties of the season Mens Shoes every style known to the trade Tans Patent Leatherand Canvas Q iitity high prices low Our line of Ladies Shoes and Oxfords are UptodateTans Patent Leather and White Canvas Prices to suit everybody HT LOGAN j i Blushing I I t II II I I op lliJlg w I II- MII ii t 1 j wwwwwww w- r Not What They Seem Why do people patronize retail mail order houses is it because they love their proprie tors because theylike to send their money away from home because they receive better treatment than from home merchants because of a greater variety to select from because they get a better quality of goods because they get lower prices NoNot one of these reasons will hold Here is the main reason they think they get lower prices All the wisdom experience cunning and trickery of the retail mail order man is concentrated on his effort to make people think he sells goods cheapHe about cutting out the mid 1 die man and his low selling expense when investigation will show that he buys from the same people as the home retailer and that his selling are two to live times that of any retailer He cant and doesnt sell as cheap as the home merchantKnowing that he cant he resorts to cunning he usts bait Now every progressive merchant upon occasions cuts prices often times to less than cost He advertises the fact He is honest about it He doesnt attempt to show that all his goods are sold on that basis all the timeThe mail order man also cuts prices occasionally In fact he has a cut price or two in every line of goods shown in his catalogue and they are exp nses enormousfrom EVERY DROP THE SHERWINWILLIAMS PAINT E MoROBEETS Come on and get your Binder Twine j Best in Quality J Low in Price Champion Binders Mowers Hay Rakes Get our prices vxv NYN and save money Haselden Robinson OF gives satisfaction No paint can give more No man can expect more S W P is a satisfactiongiving paint The materials that enter into it the care with which it is made the men who make it everything connected with it are of the satisfactiongiving kind It never disap points Always does the work it is expected to do Costs Does most Color cards free I SOLD BY R 11 I I I I I III III III I i l least rMIMIf rOm1tMM l MI- 1 wwwwwrwwwnrvw always in items of value But he SQldom advertises them as cut prices Not much lIe is smooth He aims to give impression and alas quite often that all his pric are just as low as these quoted on the well known articles Iliscut pric es are bait lIe more than makes up for it on the price asked for other arti cles whose value is so well known He gets the customers order and confidence with bait prices and then fries em out with high prices and good profits Or he tempts the ordei with such a bait price and then sends a substitute article Home merchants can meet the price of any mail order house You should distinguish between and bait succeedS s not bargains vell known r it L z r cI c I Biggest Best 1 PAIR and RACING Association fz Remember time dates 2 g JUlV 19 20 21 3fc Big Premiums Fine Racing fc Good Treatment sfc and S Write for Catalog E W D 5 The Children Favorite For Coughs Croups Whooping Cough etc One Minute Coughs Cure is the childrens favorite This is it contains is perfectly harmless tastes good and cures Soldby R E im I rnrnrnrnrnrrn Time i Great Gra Orchar i a- I 3 3 Wallin Sec because no opIate I il9fIll P P e P P P TIMEr PX1111111111111111111 IIIIIIIIIIIIIII r 1 r 1 Subscribe For The Recordc 7 4 CENTRAL RECORD lulntiil Vfiekhj i OQVJ Year LANDRAM Entered at the POI Officf in Laneaiter Kyat Secon lClats Mari Matter Lancaster Ky lime 16 igo5 It having been suggested by Edward Atkinson of Boston that a woman can dress on 0 a year the editor of the Washington Post who evidently is a benedict says that the proprieties and the law require that she wear something besides a hat The women of America have too much common sense to aid in reviving the hoop skirt fad Ultra fashion set by Parisian modistes is not in voque as once it unfortunately was MT HEBRON Little Elizabeth Morford is quite sick at this writing Mr James Raines fell last and broke his arm Miss Edna Scott sold some shoats to Mr Dennie Scott at 4ic per lb Mrs Alex Dean and son Irvin spent the latter part of last week in Jessa mineColeman Hicks had a good to get its head cut very last week James Johnson and family of nigh Bridge were guests of Mrs Sarah Saturday Jlr and Mrs Philip McMillan tamed the young people at a croquet party Saturday afternoon Mrs G A Bruce and daughter Miss Maggie spent part of last week with Mrs Will Gammon near Burgin Misses Fannie Dean and Beula Rot Master Pink Dean and Odus Roberts of Jessamine were guests of their sister last week UllYAiNTSVILLE Miss Virginia King has been friends here Mr and Mrs Will Dickerson spent Sunday in Buckeye Mrs Crawford of Jackson is her sister Mrs Rose Mr R D Moore bougt a very horse from Mr Henry Ruble for 215 Mrs Eliza II Ballard and Miss Eliza Ison visited friends in Burgin this weekQuite a number from here are at tending the Reunion in Louisville this week Sanders of Nicholas ville is tne pretty guest of Mr and Mrs Will Glass Miss Mattie Mac and Lillian Leave have returned home from a visit to friends in Lexington Misses Hattie and Annie V of Danville have been visiting Mr and Mrs Sam ilaselden Messrs Jacob Stedman and Bryan Ballard students of St Aloysins Cincinnati will come home in a few days to spend vacation The Childrens Day exercises will be given at the Methodist church on Sunday evening at half past seven oclock All are invited to attend Misses Stella Brown of Danyille and Gertrude Black of Barbourville have been visiting the Misses Miss Brown returned home Tuesday but Miss Black is remaining longer Miss Mattie Johnson left Saturday for her hone In Frankfort after this season for Mrs Sted man Miss Richardson Mrs Boners trimmer left the same day for her home in Cincinnati Air Tom Chesnut entertained quite a number of his friends at his home in the country Wednesday evening It was a delightful occasion and spent a very pleasant evening Mr Chesnut proved himself an ideal host ItlfiKSVlLLE Mr Davis Wiseman visited home folks at Irvine Sunday Mr James Henry and wife visited relatives at Berea Sunday Miss Mae Ham visited her sister Mrs Sanford last Sunday night Miss Lula Wheeler spent last with her cousin in Cincinnati Miss English who is visiting here from Louisville spent Sunday at Mrs Tack Hendrens Hagan from visited friends here the later part of last week Several from here attended the show given at Fishes Hall at Paint Lick Friday night Mr Walter Henry who has been at tending college at Berea has excepted a position at London Miss Florence Cotton has just home from a visit to her sister Mrs Mae Ray of Valley View Mr Frank Fowler who has been school at Berea has gone to Ohio where he will spend his vacation The Ladies of the Christian church are preparing for a childrens day next fourth Sunday night and every body is invited Several people have bumped up against disgrace while trying to dodge poverty A Bad Scare Some day you will get a bad scare when you feel a pain in your bowels and fear appendicitis Safety lies in Dr Kings New Life Pills a sure cure for all bowel and stomach diseases such as headache bllliousness Guaranteed at McRoberts1 drug store only 25c Try them 1m e t Wednesday workhorse Duncan enter erts and u visit- Ing visiting Miss Tommie Jennings Academy trimming everyone Sunday Miss Margerete Richmond returned attending costiveness LOUIS bad fit Mar Mary eta y of 110 1 UN LHMfl KzaluMh Morfoid remalni Uncle Jimmy llainey fell and brook his arm lust week Lllbern Ray sold a nice poney to Ike Montgomery for Mr and Mrs James Duram were visi ting at Marksbury Sunday Mrs Toni Turner sold a nice bunch lambs to B F Robinson at sluts Allen Sherrow delivered his lambs to B F Robinson last week at Ccts Miss Maggie Bruce was visiting her sister Sirs Will Gammon last week Mrs Lucy A Turner a mule colt to Bros of Harrodsburg for 80 Miss Bertna Ham Is spending the week with Ball of Marcel his Mr and Mrs Allen Ray with Mr and Mrs Wm Broaddus at MarksburyJohn and family of Marks bury were visiting Mr J C Turner and wife Sunday Mr Pole Chcatham and wife of Bry antsyille visited her sister Mrs Crank Sunday Mrs Nancy Marsee has returned home tom a visit to son Mr Noah Marsee at McCreary Miss Annie Marsee of McCreary was the guest of Miss Rovesta Turner Saturday and Sunday Mr Harrison Duncan wife and baby of Danville visited her mother Mrs Eliza Sherrow last week MrTN wife accom panied by Mrs J II Durham of Bry antsville were visiting Mr Harry A dredge at Stanford Sunday Wouldnt Work We stopped long enough recently to read a story like this A wife of a rich man fell in love with a man not her husband She took the jewelry he had given her and some of his money he had given her and was eloping with the man prepared to lead an immoral life with him The automobile which he was to carry her away wouldnt work he got mad and said Damn The woman refused to elope with a mac who sworeso she climbed out and went back to her husband Ex A levelheaded exchange says Learn this thinglearn it early in life and learn it well that the man who does not believe as you do is not always a fool The fact that you hold views not in accord with your neigh bor is not proof positive that you are right and he is wrong nor is it any evidences that your neighbor is in sincere If this were not true then all smart men would belong to one party and all good men to one church And if they all belonged to one party and one church theyd break up both party and church The duck which had laid several eggs during the season complained that while her working record was than the hens the latter has books and poems written in her honor and that no one has a word of praise for the duck A wise old rooster nearby said You lay an egg and wobble off without saying a word while that of mine never lays one without letting everyone in the neighborhood know it If you want to cut any ice around here you must advertise People Are So Queer Call a girl a chick and she smiles woman a hen and she howl Call a young woman a witch and she is pleased call an old woman a witch and she is indignant Call a girl a kitten and she rather Jikes it call a woman a cat and she hates you Women are queer If you call a man a gays dog it will flatter him call him a pup a hound or a cur and he will try to alter the map of your face He doesnt mind being called a bull or a bear yet he will object to be mentioned as a calf or a cub Men are queer too No Secret About It It is no secret that for Cuts Burns Ulcers Fever Sores Sore Eyes Rolls etc nothing Is so elective as Buck ens Arnica Salve It didnt take ong to cure a bad sore I had and itjs ah O K for sore eyes writes D L Gregory of Hope Tex 25c at McRob erts drug store 1m Give What a satisfaction it is to go through life radiating sunshine and hope instead of despair encourage ment instead of discuragement and to feel conscious that even thee news boy or the bootblack the car con ductor the cfllce boy the elevator boy or anybody else with whom one comes in contract gets a little dash of sunshine It costs nothing when you buy a paper of a boy or get your shoes shined or pass into an elevator or give your fare to a conductor to give a smile with it to make these people feel that you have a warm heart and good will Sucn solutions will mean more to us than many of the so called great things It is the small change of life Give freely The more you give tHe richer you will grow JUiSe Tank It war a huge task to undertake the cure of such a bad case of kidney di sease that of C F Collier of Chero kee la but Electric Bitters did it He writes My kidneys were so far gone I could not sit on a chair without a cushion and suffered from dreadful backache headacheaud depression In Electric Bifters however I found a cure and by them was restored to perfect health I recommend this great tonic medicine to all with weak kidneys liver or stomach Guaran teed by R E McRoberts druggist price 5Qc 1m i 60 Bonta Miss Gert spent Sunday Andrew her and one Advertise j better sister calla OutSunshine tout as quite sitk sold Aldridge j 5 J 5 M iJ 3f J Vv WANTED Wheat Oats Rye I Ray Straw Etc a Highest cash price paid for same Nill ipprcciate a call f I before yu sell I and chicken GASOLINE FOR SALE Telephone rue at No Orders will have prompt ON I A 1U6U A v ptJ fiIr s 4 G a r Corny i t f Feed an se Seedof all kinds for gale Custoam Grinding Try iuy cheat teed zG site n lion oar business appreciated 7 BANKS fl j f3ji Hames Hame Straps and Strings Collars of all kinds Collar Pads Trace Chains Back Bands VSs Buggy Harness Wagon Lines Wagon Harness g Plow Gear Wagon Singletrees Polw Single trees Plows Plow Points Wire Fence Old Hickory Wagons 1 The Best FERTILIZERS on the MARKETS We guarantee to sell the abve articles riioaper than you can j buy thins in Lancaster CLOSE CAREFUL BUYING B and discounting invoices enables us to irake CLOSE PRICES EVERYTHING we sell which is every thins usually found in a First Class Drug and Paint Store Doing a continuous business of FIFTY TWO YEARS Stormes Drug Store Can Get An Underwood gj S I yru I ROMANS ELMORE I r7rAr 0j0Ijifjj 411 P I fUJ T Gar1 71 rr4r rtll fa Ii ox 1 I 1 CO co 11JUNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER I Why Purchase Others When You Sf a r i a ti a a o i All of the work is vis ible It is easy to oper ate rapid and durable It will do any work any other typewriter will do a great deal of work that cannot be done on others Send fur free illustrated catalogue UndenvoodTypewriferCo X X X baud 76 The q Forth and Main Streets Louisville Ky First Grand Prize St Louis Worlds In Order to get ready for MID SUMMER COODSwill close out all TRIMMED and UNTRIMMED COST We have all the Newest Latest Styles and Best Goods for lest money Come and see before buying T ZE3 X I OOC HATSat I J p Faire nrnrnrmmmnrnrnnvnnmor nnnrnrnrnrrrnrmununn7r MRSwu wuuuu u tutu uuUwiu uuuiu uusiuuuwuiuiuiu Headquarters I t1ri Remember for we ale r TW INI MOUNT rpIF1DER E KIN Gossip About People N V N A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Are In Mrs Rebecca West is visiting friends in LouisvilleMr J B Sopcr have been visiting in Keren Miss Lctcher of Chicago is visiting Miss Edna Mason Dr Gilbert arrived Saturday fora few days visit here Mrs McNees of Cynthiana is visit log her son Dr A J McNees Miss Tine Johnston is visiting Mrs Harry Aldridgc of Stanford Mrs Sam Ward of Livingston has been visiting Mrs John McGee Mr Lewis Herndon of Louisville was visiting his hone folks this week Oakley Thompson was the guest of Miss Mary Landnim Burnside Sunday Mr McKee Kinnaird of Middles loro has been visiting relatives here Mr Fred Stanwood of Los Angeles Cal is the guest of Miss Ilella Arnold Mrs II A B Marksbury is visiting her daughter Mrs A II Rice of Louis Miss llcttie Walker Burnside has been visiting Miss AUk Yantis in the countryMr Mrs J Randolph Harris and Iwby of Turnersville arc guests of his parentsMiss Bright has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs Charles Doty of LexingtonMrs Denman of Nicholas yule is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Alex West Mrs J A Doty and daughter Miss Fannie Louisville for the Con federate Reunion Miss Carrie Currey has returned from a visit to her sister Gaines of Danville Mrs Susan Anderson and daughter Mss Amanda are visiting Mrs Cyrus Duly of Marksbury Miss Baltic Anderson has returned from a protracted visit to her sister Mrs W R Marrs in Knoxville Mr and Mrs Barrack Foley of Lex ington have been guests of his aunts Misses Martha and Sallie Tillett Mrs Claire Witwer and pretty chil dren of Dallas Tex arc visiting her grandparents Capt and Mrs White Col Jno W Miller wife and Mrs Georgia Ldsk are attending mPF I I J W yule arein I 1 Mrs J D I daughter the Confederate Reunion in Louisville Messrs II A B Marksbury Ike Myers and Jno Byers are in Louisville visit ing Mrs A 11 llicc and attending the Confederate Reunion Mrs A S Ford Mrs Mattie Duncan Miss Sallie Elkin and Rev C S Ellis attended the Union Sunday School convention at Somerset Stanford Journal Misses Mary Hig gins Mary McRoberts and Helen lIar Ihill attended the party given by the Misses Mount at Lancaster Mrs Frank Bacon and children of Kansas City W Browning and children of Lexington are guests of their parents Mr and Mrs Jno Ander Mesdames Rella Hemphill and Mar garet Folger of Nicholasville have been with their brother Mr W A Ar nold who has been sick but is very much better An impromptu dance was given Thursday evening at the Mason Ho tel It was a delightful affair and was given in honor of Miss Hoover ot Nicliolasvillc Mrs W R Cook entertained Monday evening in honor of Miss Letcher the guest of Miss Edna Mason The house was beautifully decorated for the oc casion and the evening one of great pleasure to the guests Danville Advocate Mr and Mrs B F Hudson and daughter Lizzie will come down from Lancaster tomorrow to visit Mr Cotton and be here to see their son Waller graduate Miss Nell of Sedalia Mo will also be with them His many friends regret that the veteran typo Capt White is able to return to his cases in this of lice He is much improved in health however and will soon be back stick ing em faster than many men of half ageMrs Wade Walker and Miss Estill Walker arc in Ashville N C attend ing the Summer Conference of the Y Womens Christian Association Miss Walker being a delegate from the Mississippi Synodical College where she has been teaching and is president of Association having four girls from Mississippi with her Mr Sam W Menefee editor of the Danville Advocate was here a few hours Monday lIe is making the Ad vocate one of the best papers in the state Its columns are chock full of local and general news and the of is that absolutely nothing objectionable is printed The Advo cate is one of the oldest publications in the state Mr and Mrs W M Bogle of Mobile arrived Saturday for a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Wm II Wherritt Mr Bogle who is L and N agent at Mrs T son John Hay l1an vet n the College it all beauty Have you bought that If not look through our new line of Lawns Organdies Spot Mohairs and other wash fabrics before you When you are in Took through the Remnant Boxes there is the place to save your money We have some Mens and Boys suits that we ane going to sell you CHEAP Come in and see us THE WiL0X0 rgJ I01jllllr f I i New DRE Yet I o o o I 0 II 1 o o o 0 r X l fi 1 t4Or Ow4444 044 4 sop4 i 4 0 0 4 CoQf Mobile returned yesterday Ins many duties requiring ins preseirCo at home A legion of warm friends here in their old home are always delighted to see them Mrs will remain for sev eral days before returning to Mobile Mr Jno M Logan was at home for several days last week As stated hi The Record he is associated v b several New York gentlemen and the business of direct mill agents for hosiery and underwear One of the firm died a short time there after and the business was reorganized as the J M Logan Co They are with remarkable success Mr Lo gan is a splendid citizen and a in gentleman His removal to the city great loss to Lancaster son W F Logan will continue to close out the large stock of the Logan Dry Goods Co in this city Miss Margaret Mounts party Tues day evening was one of the most de lightful of the season The spacious lawn was tastily decorated with lanterns and a prettier scene than it presented would be to fan cy Elegant refreshments were served Miss Mount in a lovely pink organdie gown Miss Joan Mount in flowered organdie Miss Elizabeth Hoover INich olasville in white crepe and lace the guests In addition to all of Lancastersyoungsociety folk quite a number of guests from neighboring towns were present and all will ever remember the delightful manner in which the charming hostess them HAIIKSBUKY Mrs John Simpson has been sick Born to the wife of Mr Jim Sutton a 13 pound boy Mr John Simpson bought of A J Rice 4 calves for 32 Mr Fleece Herring bought of Dick Moore a horse for 135 Mrs Margaret Naylor of Lancaster has been visiting friends here Mrs Nannie Sparks of Hickman is visiting her sister Mrs Icie Kemper M F Rout has returned from Lex ington where he has been or business Mrs J A Wood and daughter are visiting relatives in Louis villeMrs Belle Perkins has been visiting her daughter Mrs Crit Eubanks of HubbleMr Sutton and daughter Miss Maria have been visiting his son Mr Jim Sutton bought I Herring some first class yellow for 2 per hundred Robinson bought of Bright Herring a lot of hogs for 42c and sold to Mr Elkin 5 fat hogs at 3Jc Our merchant N G Bogie was seri ously injured by heavy freight and has been unable to attend to business for several days Mr Lamming who is representing the famous Baldwin House of Louisville will give a Pianola Recital at Rice Academy on the evening of June 20th for the benefit of the Ladies Society This will be a novelty in the music line and all music lovers should attend Price of admission 15 cents children 10 cents On last Friday afternoon as Mr J B Kemperand wife were returning home from Lancaster a man driving a two horse wagon at full speed around the turn this side of the toll house ran in to MrKempers buggy wrenching one wheel off and demolishing the top They were both thrown from the bug gy Mr Kemper being badly hurt while his wife fortunately escaped with only a few bruises PKEAUllEHSFlJjLE Miss Fannie Thompson has been vis iting at Stanford J P Ragan and J B Hutchins sold a mule to Fin Ballard for 70 Mr Thos Brogans of Knox county was here last week on business J M Cress and family have been in Brodhead for a few days Misses Carrie and Lula Sprinkles were visiting Mrs J F Payne Saturday- J A Thompson sold a car load of hogs to Sanders Walker for 53cts per dredJudge W R Cress of Monticello has been visiting friends here for a few days Mr Menefee Elmore and family spent Sunday with W H Cummins and family Miss Marinda McKinzie of May wood has teen visiting Misses Mary and Carrie Thompson Mr J W Cummins who has been in Lawrenceburg for eight months in the Revenue service is at home- J L Hutchins sold a horse to J P Rogers for 100 and bought from him 3 cattle at 31c and one at 2c per lb San Ballard sold 11 hogs to Dave Thompson for 405 per hundred and A J Thompson sold 40 to same at 475 Dying of famine is in its torments like dying of con sumption The rrogress of consump tion from the beginning to the very end is a long torture both to victim and friends When I had consump tion in the first stage writes Wm livers of Cearfoss Md after trying different medicines and a good doctor in vain I at last took Dr Kings New Discovery which quickly anti perfect ly cured me Prompt relief and sure cure for coughs colds sore throat bronchitis etc prevents pneumonia Guaranteed at McRob erts Drugstore price 50c and 100 a bottle Trial bottle free 1m I I t ogle established Christi wasa His dil1 cult Josephine D S Swope oT lumber Mr C A hun Post vely f c meeting Japanese received entertained unload ingsome Working visiting go Bob BurdettesPhyiosophy Remember my son you have to work Whether you handle the pick or pen or wheelbarrow or a set of books digging ditches or editing a ringing an auction bell or wiriting funny things you must work Dont be afraid of killing yourself by overworking on the sunny side of thir ty Men die sometimes but it is be cause they quit at 6 p m and dont get home till 2 a m Its the interval that kills my son The work gives you appetite for your meals it lends solidity to your slumber it gives you a perfect and grateful appreciation of a holiday There are young men who do not work but the country Is not proud of them It does not know their names even it only speaks of them as old so and sos boy No body likes them the great busy world doesnt know that they are here So find out what you want to be and do take off your coat and make oust in the world The busier you are the less harm you are apt to get into the sweeter will be your sleep the and happier your holiday and the better satisfied the world will be with you Will Fight The Courts The Fayette Fiscal Court recently passed an order directing property owners along the pikes and roads of the county to move their fences in case they are found encroaching upon the property of the county The claim is made by some of the farmers that the fences have been established in their present position for a number of years some of them long enough to establish a permanent valid claim and that said on the lines upon which they now stand when they purchased the property and therefore the county by permitting such usage without objec tioiror making any adverse claim has lost its right to order the fences re moved A number of the land owners have organized and engaged legal tal ent to resist the removal of the fences As the Clark Fiscal Court recently passed a similar order the outcome of the Fayette county controversy will be watched with interest Cure for Drinking Men There is but one sure cure tor the drinking disease or habit and that is the simplest of all The cure consists in eating fruits That will cure the worst case of inebriety that ever afflict ed a person It will entirely destroy the taste for intoxicants and will make the drunkard return to the thoughts and tastes of his childhood when he loved the luxuries nature had provid ed for him when his appetite had nut become contaminted by false cultiva ted tastes and attendant false desires and imaginary pleasures No person ever saw a man or woman who liked fruit and who had an appetite for drink No person ever saw a man or woman with an appetite for drink who liked fruit The two tastes are at deadly enmity with each other and tnere is no room for both of them in the same human constitution One will certainly destroy the other Take A Trip West Special Inducements This Season Spend your vacation on the Pacific Coast or in almost any of the western states this summer at low cost Hound trip excursion tickets via Rock Island System are on sale certain dates throughout the summer You can go out via Colorado visiting Yellowstone Park and returning southern route by way of El Paso or vice versa A long return limit and cheap rates for side trips to every point of interest Full particulars literature and Rock Island folder from John Sebastian Passenger Traf Resolutions Whereas God in Ills infinite wisdom has seen fit to remove from our Mrs Annie C Herring we the Baptist Aid Society offer the resolutions That our society has lost a faithful efficient member one ready to hear and answer the call of duty That her life to us should be an to each member to move brave ly in their allotted place That we pledge ourselves with effort to take up our increased work and carry it to a end That we learn to submit ourselves more perfectly to our Heavenly Fath er that we may look up and say Gods will not ours be done That these resolutions be spread on theminutes of our Society and a copy be printed in The Central Record MarksburyCommittee Miss Knapp West Good InsuranceLancaster Ky April 10 2905 Mr Angus Allmond Agency Director Lexington Ky Dear Sir On April Gth J905 1 ma tured a policy with your Company The New York Life and on April 7th your agent Mr E II Beazley was here with a check from the Company and settled my policyI you very much for your promptness and only wish I had carried a much larger policy 1 cheer fully recommend The New York Life to any one wanting sound insurance Very RespectfullyC M D Hughes Agent Mr EH Beazley will give his 12th annual elocutionary contest at Wal opera house Stanford on eve riingof June 23rd Beside test in elocution there will be a vocal contest and a 20 gold piece wil be given the winner of each tt I newspaper fences are SystemChicago number following renewed rward glorious con 2 l brighter incentive ft tons the AINTf of alt kinds for all JFii PURPOSES We guarantee to give you a better IT TT1 for less lv O T than any body in Lancaster FRSSBIES DRUG STORE IE E Business and Bargains Fresh bread atZunmers restaurant every day tf Tobacco setters at C10 Haselden Robinson John Magee has a nice line of give him a trial tf John Magee has a new rooting called Never WeLt guaranteed to leak t is durable try It tf Screen doors and windows at G 17 Haselden Robinson Go to John Magee for and dressed lumber Doors at the Robt Stone stand A tf Boarders wanted at Mr Simp sons 12Utf Zimmer bakes every day the best and freshest at your home bakery tf Boss cream Separators at 6 1G Haselden Robinson Never Wett rooting is 100 per square why pay 200 whenNeverWett will give you better results for sale by John Magee tf See Mrs Dollie Brown at Josephs store and order the Ladies Home Journal 1021tf Twohundred bushels blue grass seed for sale A No 1 27 tf Will Denny Point Leavell Needles for all machines at 616 Ilaselden Robinson Door and Window frames Mouldings finishing columns Brackets Block ejpgat John JIagees All kind of bulk flower seeds at Currey Davidsons tf Tomatoes Cabbage Cellery Sweet Potatoes for the county Mauls seed Philadelphia- tf Joseph Binder twine cheap for cash only at Wards For Sale OP Rent Store room for sale or rent Possess ion given immediately J G Sweeney A residence with six rooms and four acres of land Fine fruit Call on WT West at Post Office 3f Ice boxes and refrigerators at G Itt Haselden Robinson Plants Plants Nice Tomato and Sweet Potato plants for sale 5 12 tf Mrs George Smith New stock of machine needles at G0tf Thompsons For Sale Two nice fresh milk cows 2t Mrs R M Campbell Window glass oils and paints of all kinds at Stormes Drug Store 210tf Brushes varnishes stains and roof paints at Stormes Drug Store 2 10tf Lime portland and black diamond cements at Stormes Drug Store 210 We have agency for Stewart iron fence Get oar prices and have a nice yard fence Romans Elmore Seeds For Sale Southern German Millett acd Cow Peas tf II A B Marksbury Son For Sale Lime Portland and Black Diamond Cement best Kanawa Salt II B Northcott 414 New stock of watches and clocks at 09tf Thompsons Coal you want and salt you must have so when in need of either do not forget that I have the best that can be had and at prices to please Only a trial order will convince you for all time Phone 140 J A Jones tf Clean Your Premises By order of the Board of Health and the City Council the citizens of Lan caster are required to cut weeds in and around their and move all rubbish from adjoining alleys at once S D Rothwell- 2t M C L A For sale One store and lot containing 2 acres and 2 poles surrounded on three sides with public road with a new 4 roost dwelling anew store room 30x30 ft and cistern The lot will sell at 800 witli first cost for good Possession given to suit purchaser For lull par eiculars call on Simpson Jackson 62 tf Nina Ky All kind of seeds for sale Tennessee or Golden Millet Hungarian Kallir corn cow peas whips or you may need in Held seeds Phone us U II A B Marksbury Son If in a kind of billions mood You wish an aid to digest food No other pilles is half as good As De Witts Little Early Risers The Famous Little Pills EARLY Risers cure Constipation Sick Billiousness etc They never gripe or sickenbut impart early rising energy for either children or adults Bob Moore LaFayette Ind saysNo use talking DeWitts Little Early Risers do their work All other pills I have used gripe and make me sick DeWitts Little Early Risers brought the long sought relief They are sold byR E McRoberts lm I ord t ugh Sasly U D bread Get lumberr t For Rent Hungarian nd GoodBusiness f C groceries etc C C enough Henry C C C C Headache Goad Dont buy your Binder Twine before you our prices 616 Romans Elmore Tax Notice City tax 1105 are now due and the city needs the tax and must have the money S D Rothwell tf Tax Collector Get our prices We will sell you plow points for25c collar pads for 25c etc Ve save you money 4 7 tf Romans Elmore Miss Fannie Bishop has several tine canary birds for sale Birds are young and in v U Cobs delivered 35c a load 2t Banks Hudson We want your Paint and Varnish business we give you better value for less money than anybody in Lan caster Drug Store 4t We have repairs for Deering Bind ers and Mowers 616 Romans Elmore We are enlarging our ware room and getting in the largest stock of vehi cles ever in Lancaster If you need a buggy surrey runabout or wagon we have them cheap 47tf Romans Elmore Miss Fannie Bishop who has wide experience in handling flowers receives weekly shipments of hardy roses sera niums chrysanthemums etc and you will do well to see her before placing your orders tf Our Binder Twine is the lest in the market Get our prices G1G Romans Elmore Special Low Rates To all points in Montana Idaho Washington Oregon and British Col umbia March 1st to May 15 1905 Round Trip Homeseekers Tickets on special days Write at once for infor mation and maps to IIIA F SCUWKGEL Traveling Agent Wisconsin Central Ry 407 Traction Bldg Cincinnati O Coal salt Brick and Food My friends will call on me at the sell at all times at wholesale or retail with all classes shall be my motto Phone 140 J A Jones tf For Sale Two nice fresh milk cows 2t Mrs R M Campbell We want to sail you Binder Twine G 15 Romans Elmore et song heap Fuel Il F Isbies I anything quantity i C C For sale seed Oats Call on J C Hemphill or Gabe Pres ton at Stone Ky 310tf Measures for clothing are taken in an apartment from Dry department vtf Joseph Hughes Sacks furnished 414tf Northcott We guarantee our paint not to peel chalk blister otcomtrotf for five years If it does we give you paint to re paint it free of charge 4t Frisbies Drug Store Examine the one hundred colors of house paints at Stormes Drug Store 210tr Tomatoes and early plants now ready to transplant tt Joseph Faulconer Cheap Fuel Cobs delivered 35c a load 2t Banks Hudson For sale Best grades Jellico brilliant and Black Bear Coal Try our Black Bear nut for cooking fuel 414 II B Northcott Clock and Jewelry Repairing I am prepared to repair clocks and jewelry of all kinds in the best man ner Charges reasonable and satisfac tion guaranteed Store at Thompsons old stand Danville street G2 tf Ike P Thompson to sell Get our price on this We cheap47tfFree Exhibition of Wan Paper We have the handsomest samples ever brought to Lancaster and will be glad to show you what we can do in this line By a new method we can show you how the Paper looks when on wall Let us show you tf Milton Sneed T S Elkin wants 100000 pounds of wool and will pay the highest cash price for same lIe has a fine line of staple and fancy groceries and the best fresh meats in Central Kentucky U Gold Medal Tailors We are agents for Mr Mark G IIar ris who has taken gold medals on his tailormade goods and has a patent on the front shoulder and sleeves of coats One of the best houses in Ilughes Joseph Agts Highestmarket II B V1l carload Chicago Perfect satisfaction in buying wall papers can only be had where the assortment is large the designs are varied and the prices are right Such a perfect combination can only be found at our store i You will find this to be so by just paying us a Lane liras High Standard Paints High Grade Var nishes Stains Painters Supplies line Stationary DANVILLE KENTUCKY You go to a BAKER for BREAD Why Not Come to CARRIAGE MAKER BUGGIESIn REPAIR WORK we are the LEADERS for good work and low prices We want your patronage Conn Bros E L Woods Prest WC FishVice Prest WG Kemper Cash PEOPLES BANKINCORPORATED PAINT LICK CAPITAL 1000000 SURPLUS 400000 I f visit GIBBONS for I II MAY 1111t1111illlll11111111111i1111111111111111111111111111111 111111111111111111 IllllllllllllllJIIIIIIIIIIllll111JI1111111111 IIIIIIII1111111111UIJ11111111111 M P FRY WOODS JS BURROWS WCFISn WOODS DrnEQroRs cot L R GGUYN R L ARNOLD- J B E L Commenced Business July 1901 We solicit your patron age and guarantee prompt and careful attention to all business entrusted to us Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality InsuranceII II J LC I I 1 cooihjiIi 1 YI August Flower keeps the children healthy and and frolic the whole long So when Mamma needs more they rush in the druggist Please give it to mel qInability to up brisk and fresh in the lack appetite pallor muddy complexion these a disordered stomach and bad adultsaml children too They the urgent need of taking Greens August Flower regu larly for a few qits a reliable old remedy for all stomach troubles never fails to cure indigestion dyspepsia and chronic constipation is tonic for it qTwo sizes 250 and 750 All druggists For by IK 1 BIcIKoberl LOWELL Mr Charlie Spratt and sister Lucy visited their sister Mrs Richard Brown and attended the Berea Com mencementMrs Stone and children of Richmond who have been visiting her mother Mrs Emma White have re turned home Mesdames J M Meadows and Millard Meadows visited at Ilyattsville last weekMiss Tessie Harden has gone to In diana to spend several weeks with friends The box supper at Fairview was a success Jhe boxes sold to the amount of 29 Mose Iluggins will kill a beef every Friday Those in need of fresh meat will find his time best quality Make Your Food Medicine Your garden is a great medicine chest Be your own doctor and look to your own slight ailments It you are wakeful eat lettuce For affection of the skin and for yellow skin eat onions Onions arc also good for colds coughs and scrof ulaFor a torpid liver eat freely of as paragus It nervous and irritable eat plenty celeryFor eat and healthy fruits Fresh fruits are good so are figs and dates Raisins are beneficialWhen body is in good condition keep it in good condition by denying the appetite what has once injured the body One can do everything for by eating the right thing and nut much of it and by leaving alone the wrong thing and all of it can do more than the doctors can do for him when he is fiat on his back in bed Philadelphia Inquirer e FuI digestionin ale II fruitsripe too st ron of high glee And shout to an- a himself II IIlfl Address J JOHN fail Traf Mgr Rock Island System CHICAGO 7 SEBASTIAN e Mr VVHi OV M and has been taken to time Richmond Infirmary Mr Humphrey Hill and daughter Miss Imbue of Berea were the guests of his sister Mrs Monk Rogers Sun dayJ E Anderson and wife and Robert Palmer of this place were lishing down on Dix river last week There will be preaching at Fair view church Sunday morning and night at 8 oclock by McCollumMessrs Willie Dalton and Allen Wallace of Berea visited Point SundayMrs Moberbly visited friends in Upper Garrard last week J E Anderson and John Tatem visi ted Crab Orchard Sunday The Ladies Aid Society will meet at Fairview next Thursday evening 3 oclock All the ladies are to cjme The Visit of Angles Written for The Record- I That the angel appeared often them of old time to Abramam when with drawn knife he stood ready to slay his only soon Isaac to Jacob with whom they wrestled all night Daniel in the lions den again to Abraham at his tent door and on many other oc casions to one ever seems to have doubted But when one speaks of a visit from angles now that one is looked as a fanatic or laboring undcrsoinestrangehallucina tion Because some people have taleutnot even an ear for music and can not appreciate it is that proof that music has nu power to stir and thrill us Numerous instances have been given me by those whose sanity of word I could out doubt of the sweet munion held with angels in our Own time here and now Many months ago when physical were such that it was to submit to the surgeons knife friends and loved ones seem to think that death could be the only result but without fear I gave my case into the hands of one of the most skilled prominent and successful surgeons in a large city noted for its many line surgeons and my soul into the hands of my Heavenly Father and cheerful ly went through the ordeal for days and days my life hang by a brittle thread and every chance was against me there came me the most beautiful vision or t e visit from the angels The Heavens seemed to open and the light from the beautiful City of God streamed down upon me and I could hear the music of the Heavenly choir The angels three of them came down ful pathway of light to a short above me They vvcre of dillcr enL sizes the smallest being a mere cherub and calling me by name said Never fear Death is nut hovering near you we are guarding you your life work is not done we come to cheer you now and will come again and take you to your home but earth and loved one have need of you yet With this they left me and I watched them until they entered into time u n o t 1 1 1 PiiI COt HlWx Sunday Rev W C Lea othersno conditions imperative this besot distance i y r Imo imivitc t upon n Whet i Peari v itilty i if iKit Ki tfij srf il triiiM fill jijul made an mpit8Sii jiti mo never to boforgotten That bountiful city with its pearly gates and golden streets as they appeared to me throng ed with all our loved ones who had gone before was but a foretaste of what awaits those that love the Lord and do Ills will No words no paint ers brush can describe it the same revelation must be realized before my experience can be believed I would be willing to suffer again as 1 did then to have a repetition of that pleasure of entertaining visitors from the world beyondHeaven in real for I have seen it I saw the angels come from and return to the City whose builder and maker is God eternal in the Heavens and 1 heard their voices as I hear the voice of my friends Death has now no dread when I know that at the end of my journey here they will come to take my spirit home Would that all people of all nations could feast their eyes upon such a vis ion heavenly vision as came to me as it wculd create within them desire fur a better life and give them a stronger faith in Cincinnati Ohio Fidelis Upon lily Honor As en American Citizen I consider First Aid to the Injured to be Americas most reliable remedy I fully believe and wiL 1aracainph to ha the quickest and surest relieving and healing agent ever offered to the for Bums Cuts Bruises Inflammations I is an absolute preventive of Blood Poisoning for reason alone should be kept in every home shop 01 factory heals without leav ing ugly scars It dots not dry and scab brit actually heals from the bottom o the vouml up Iaracatnph is for the relief it gives in cases o Neuralgia Rheumatic Swellings Sort facet Sore Muscles Itching Skin Itching Piles Insect HilLS and It is to fashioned salves and liniments arnica and vaseline for the reason Uw when applied it opens the pores of tlu skin penetrates directly to the seat of the ailment Use circulation re roves the and draws out al soreness fever and inflammation by indue ing sweating I guarantee every bottl of Paracamph to do exactly what i when directed If used as advised without tlr promised results every retail druggist i to refund the money Don take any substitute there is nothing jus as good as Sold 50c and 100 Mottle by all good druggists or sent direct E General Manager The Pisa cauiph Company Louisville Ky- o CCJEStormes The Naive Tlml Penetrate DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve the pores of skin and by rubifocient and healing intlu ence it subdues inflammation and and cures Boils Burns Cuts Eczema Tetter Ring Worm and all skin di senses A specific for blind bleeding itching and piiotruding Piles The and genuine Witch Haze Salve is made by E U Do Witt Co and sold by R E McRoberts lm Even a lazy man will get a move on himself when invited to face the bartender It dosent take a young man long to discover that miss kiss and bliss rhyme together I rIlD Vj Iltf l i ir I I I the Savior of menu lic Swellings and i Iarac Swellings appliedas I on1 BSpicer I penetrates uri nal pl0 a0 Parcampll c its antiseptic n To the Pacific California Oregon Washington roundtrip long transit and return limits liberal stopover privilegesThe is practically on the basis of one fare for the round trip Of course if you wish to visit both California and Oregon or Washington the cost is slightly more These reduced rates are in effect on certain dates in months of May to October inclusive They apply from all Eastern points via Chicago St Louis or Memphis gateways The Rock Island System will take you up in either Chicago or St Louis or athundreds of other Middle West points and carry you to the Coast in through Standard or Tourist Sleepers with unexcelled Dining Car service The Rock Island also affords a choice of routes on the Scenic route you can stop off in Salt Lake Yellowstone National Park on the Southern route you can go via El Paso thru New Mexico then up coast to San Francisco and on to Portland or Seattle if desired In short these Pacific Coast excursions offer an unusually good chance to see our western country in a comprehensive manner If you desire to go only as far as Colorado there are excursion rates in effect to that section and return all summer long specially reduced June 30 to July 4 August 12 and 13 and August 30 to September 4 Extension trips to Ogden- or Salt Lake and return at low cost also From September 15 to October 31 tourist or colonist tickets will be on sale to California and the Pacific half regular fare If interested send name and address on this coupon designating which booklet wanted and to what point you plan to go Name probable j date of start also so we can advise definitely with respect to rates etc Coastto Coloradosee Cityvisit 1905oneway Northwestabout Colorado andCAlifornia rates Name Leave about I L Send booklet 14 Address 1Deatiaation pEL PASO n MPA That gins the folkiwjnjr wore written tiifi r 4hti ulrls in Thj lima One chorWfor the bcptfUufhcr ftl low worktjr WORRY KILLS Dont worry and fret and stew my dearsAnd grumble your lives away Dont borrow trouble and cloud your years And chafe till your hair Is gray For its worry trot workthat kills Dont mope about with a face thats longWith a glower for everyone Begin the day with a cheerful song And the blues will have to run For its worry not work that kills Dont sit in the dark and fold your handsAnd rail at an adverse fate There is lots for the girl who understands How to work and watch and wait For its worry slot workthat For malaria and a general eat cranberrie- sIt is better to be everything to some body than something to everybody Wednesday June 21 05 at 10 oclock A M at the residence 677 ACRES MORAN FARM On Silver Creek Mndson Co Ky This farm is well fenced with stone and Blue Grass wire fencing amply watered with ponds and running water all in grass except about 100 acres Situated at the junction of the Richmond and Lancaster and Mill Grove turnpikes running back to Sil ver Creek about seven miles from Richmond Ky It is occupied by two 2story brick six tenant houses and a water mill to which steam may be attached also three large barns equipped for stock or tobacco It is divided by in side fences fields convenient cultivation and grazingstock and barn lots one brick residence on the Lan caster pike at Mill Grove The other one of the best brick houses in Madi son county beautifully situated on a commanding eminence containing 12 rooms and all living cisterns and all necessary outbuild logs the yard full of shade trees with orchard adjacent There is plenty of timber allover the place The farm is onehalf mile frcm the village of Silver Creek on the L N Railroad and about two miles from Kirksville at both places which there are schools and postollices and at Kirksville three churches There is a mill on the farm This is one of the best farms in the Blue Grass country and is placed in the center of one of the best neighborhoods from both a social and commercial standpoint This farm will be offered at public auction without reserve to the bidder in the following lots Lot No 1 11 acres more or less containing house and mill adjoining and across Silver Creek from lot o 2 and on a county road running from the Mill Grove and Kirksville pike to the and Lancaster pike near the village of Silver Creek Lot No 2 300 acres more or less on both sides of the Mill Kirksville turn pike and on the north bank of Silver Creek containing the large brick resi dence two tenant houses barns c All in blue grass except about 25 acres in cultivation Lot No 3 215 acres more or less at the junc tion of Mill Grove and Richmond and Lancaster turnpike adjoining Lot No 2 containing twostory brick house out buildings garden c and two tenant houses All in grass except about 75 acres Lot No 4 11TC5 100 acres more or less on the Mill Grove Pike across from No 2 and No 3 all in good meadow The above described lots will be of fered separately Then lots No 3 and No 4 will be offered together Then lots No 2 No 3 and 4 will be offered together as a whole and the offering bringing the most money will be a sale Possession given to purchaser 1st 1900 and general warranty deeds of conveyance made that time upon compliance with the terms of the sale TERMS Onethird of purchase money cash January 1st 1906 the balance in equal payments in one and two years from January 1st 1906 the purchaser to execute his promissory notes of that date due in and two years bear log six per cent hterest from date and a lien to be retained in the deeds to secure the unpaid purchase money The several lots subject to survey to ascertain actual quantity For lurther information address W R SHACKELFORD Agent Richmond Ky PIe I i i breakdown Public Sale ON res- Idences into conveniences two highest Richmond Grovehnd declared January 2t I I rht Mitt zmY lit 1 fo orchard mine v tt Yif 0A0Irt o DIGESTS WHAT YOUThe 00 bottle contains 2K trial sit which for 5 E C DeWlTT COMPANY CHICAGO Calendar T U i lI J 1 E times the PSEPARBD ONLY AT THE LABORATORY OF S seas Ask for th3 19 D 5 Kodol Almanac and 200 year T For sale by R E McROBERTS Lancaster i Leggetis Champion DRY POWDER GUNS II II LEGGCTTS CHAMPION DUSTER Worms Effectively Economically and Quickly tributer of Paris Green and other dry powders on crops in the garden field vineyardEndorsed of tobacco and potato growers as the best offered Covers two rows at once as fast as a man walksDescriptive circular and prices on appli CountyOunInsecticides Sprayers Bellows etc SEEDSMEN LOUISVILLE PNTUCKY Unality v Intimity Hard musics and strong body do not depend on the quality of food you eat but on its perfect digestion and proper assimilation When you take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure your system gets all the nourishment out of all the food you eat It digests what you eat re gardless of the condition of the and convey the nutrient prop erties to the blood and tissues This builds up and strengthens the entire system cures Indigestion Belching Sour Stomach Weak Heart etc Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for what is sometimes called Americas national sia is destined to eventually work a wonderful and lasting benefit to sullen ers from this distressing and mind harassing condition oy R E McRoberts KILLSTobacco The most practical and thing maIl- ed tree Wood Stubbs Co stomach diseaseDyspep economical dis Dyspepsia I riot How to Avoid Germ Diseases Strengthen the Stomach and Digestion and You Will Keep Well When there is an epidemic of germ disease and most disease ate caused by germs it is lhe peison with a weak- r stomach who succumbs first If you suffer with pains or distress after eating headache belching of gases sour Tumid a bad taste in the mouth dizziness pains in the heart specks before the eyes and a general feeling of dispondency and weakness you should get well at once by Spring Catarrh blo IVcnlliir 4aiiKCN Dixr Hreatlic Ilyomel and Cure Caiarrli The changeable weather of Spring with its warm days and cold nights is responsible for a great increase in the number of cases of catarrh It is now that Ilyomei the only guaranteed treatment for catarrh that cures with out stomach dosing should be used in every home Hyomel is a scientific method by which pure air impregnated with Na tures own remedies for the cure of catarrh can be inhaled by every suf ferer in his or her home Breathed through the neat pocket inhaler that comes with every Outfit its healing volatile antiseptic fragrance reaches the lungs and air passages as no dosing possibly can do Itgives immediate relief and makes lust ing cures Proof that the Ilyomei treatment will do all that is claimed for it is found in the guarantee under which R E McRobrrts el s it an agree ment to pay back the price if the purchaser can say that Ilyomei has not given satisfaction Complete out tit extra bottles iiOc Bank Stock As Executors of J S Robinson dccd we will on Saturday July 8th ll0r at 130 p in in front of the court house in Lancaster Ky sell at public outcry 10 shares of the capital stock of the National Bank of Lancaster shares of stock in Merchants and Mechanics Bank of Columbus Ga 15 sharps of stock in Fourth National Hunk of Col umbus Ga 2 bonds No 5 and 0 par value 500 each of Lancaster Water Works Terms made known on day of sale Mrs Ann W Robinson Extx 5t J C Robinson Exor tomach 100 strengthening the stomach with Mi ona Just one small tablet out of a tifty cent box before eating and your digestive system will become so strong that you will be the embodi ment of good health and spirits and fear no germ diseases Ask R E McRoberts to show you the guarantee under which he sells Miona it costs nothing unless it I need cures The National Bank OF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 A R DENNY Pr Ident JOHN E STORIES Vice Prest S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson AsstCashr T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W II Kinnaird LEWIS Y LEAVELL President J J WALKKH Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The 6IT1ZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS Jioooo B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIQNEY Asst Cashr C D WALKEK Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S JOHNSON B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold Assets Jan 1 1905 390000200 Insurance in Force Jan 1 1905 1928000000 New York Life Insurance Co Issues a policy which is 1 Incontestable from date of issue Payment of prumium the only co dition 2 Automatically premium is paid Extend ed Insurance without request incase of defaultafter the payment of one prem hum Extended Insurance and paid up Insurance after two years premiums have been paid 3 In case of death during the period of automatic Extended Insurance no deduction for premium is made 4 Loans at 5 per cent at any time after policy has been in fore two years 5 Absolutely free from conditions as to residence travel occupation habits of life time place or manner of death 0 Several options in settlement at end of Accumulation period with au aomatic benefit if insured does not make a selection 7 Payment immediately upon receiptand approval of proofs of death in one sum or in a selected number of instalments at option of insured Privi lege of changing beneficiary Its popularity is evinced by the amounts of insurance in force If you will till out and send me the attached slip I shall be pleased to for your examination a copy of the policy showing advantage for a per son of your age Yours respectfully M D Hughes Agent M D Hughes Agent What will the annual deposits be to insure my life in Company on this plan for the of I was born on the day of 18 Address 1 o I493 4 o I 4 p it 0 2 o i nonforfeitable as soon asone Choice between submit u Name u u u u 000GOU0U0000000000000000000000000G OGO i04 j 0 2 C 0 C- P p C Q c e 2 Qa A A A O OuvO 0A0004OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 0 your Sum Cures Sidney ansi Dada der Oaseases in Every Ferns F asaj Have liidKsy YrouasSo sand Bo snow It HOW TO FiND OUT It is the function of the kidneys to filter and purify the blood which is constantly passing through them When the kidneys are out of order the other organs ate affected immediately and you may have symptons of heart trouble stomach and liver trouble and atherailments which are all owing to tho kidneys being weak and out of order If you are sick Foleys Kidney Cure will strengthen and build up the worn out tissues the kidneys so they will act properly and the symptons of weakness heart stomach and liver trouble will disappear and you will b restored to perfect health now TO FEND OUT- You can easily determine your are out of order by setting aside for 24 hours a bottle the urine passed upon arising If upon examination it is cloudy or milky or has a brickdust sed iment or small particles float aiout in it are diseased and Folay3 kidney Cure should be taken at once Foisys Kidney Cure is pleasant to take and acts directly upon the parts affected and you begin to feel better at onceIt slight disorders in a few days and it has cured many obstinate cases after other treatment had failed Doctors Said He Would Live Peter Frey of Woodruff Pa writes After doctoring for two years with the best physicians in Waynesburg and still worse the doctors advised me it I had any business to attend to I bad attend to it at once as I could not possibly live another month as there was no cure for me Foleys Kidney Cure was recommended to me by a friend and I immediately sent my sou to the store for and after taking three bottles I to get better and continued to im prove until I was entirely well Two Sizes 50o and SOLD m REGOMMEHDED BY For sale by CC JE Storms Of course YOU want n we have the in Central Kentucky I SALUE D TIHET I F Fl flSU sDntlC Not of if kidneys of Not better 100 tJlfjJffiljj rffJiljfJjjff x I0 f Tha L TEST STYLES in I MILLINERY I Swellest o t Pee a began i Line 0 oooootoooc Jesse fcen Insurance Agent Solicits a share of the patron age of the property owners in Lancaster and Garrard coun ty Kentucky who may be seeking insurance against Fire lightning and Tornado but the strongest and best OldLine Companies rep resented and the lowest possi ble rates are guaranteed Lancaster Kentucky Gaines Hotel SeeWrile or Phone SWINEBROAD at Lancaster and Insure your property against Best CompaDies Best Rates Farm DepartmentA Specialty Insure with your own CouLtymau every time Residence Phone 132 Office Photelb f1If None Fira Lihtnin W ndstoflllS j f t v